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Quote1 Don't! Don't say it -- just -- please -- don't make me talk about it... don't make me talk about him. Quote2
--"Mysterio"

Appearing in "One-on-One"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #24.

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Synopsis for "One-on-One"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #24.

The last clash with Kraven, and the strange feeling that MJ is in danger have deeply disturbed Peter who tries to have fun together with the redhead. Meanwhile, Mysterio's psychiatrist is convinced that the latter never committed suicide, and that the fact that he went to hell was tormented by a demon who later raised him, is only the result of his imagination. Decidedly wrong belief since the demon kills Mysterio and makes Peter see the scene as a dream, telling him to call him Kindred.

Appearing in "Opening Night"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #25.

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Synopsis for "Opening Night"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #25.

Peter cannot accompany Mary Jane to the theater because Curt Connors has imprisoned himself after turning back into the Lizard, so MJ is accompanied by Carlie. The star of the show Melanie Daniels is an old rival of MJ, who watching the show realizes how much she misses acting; when Electro stops the performance and takes Melanie hostage, in the end it is MJ and Carlie who save her. Kindred discovers that Mysterio has tricked his psychiatrist into believing he is him; Quentin, however, has taken an old alias and so the demon unmasks him, then giving him a script. Spidey manages to convince Dr. Connors not to run away from his fears but to face them, and as Peter agrees to join his class. MJ receives a call from her agent who tells her that thanks to Melanie's rescue, she has returned to fame and has found her a role in a movie. Mary Jane accepts the assignment, unaware that the producer / director is Mysterio. Meanwhile, Miguel O 'Hara seems to be in trouble ...

Appearing in "Who Run the World?"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #26.

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Synopsis for "Who Run the World?"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #26.

Kingpin tries to get hold of something that is very important to him, only to find that Boomerang has already taken it. Against all expectations, Peter is starting to bond with Fred, who greatly appreciates that Fisk's men never do anything to him if he is with Peter. Meanwhile, the criminal gang that evaded Electro proposes to join them; Francine is initially not interested, but when she finds out that the purpose of the Sinister Syndicate is to kill Boomerang, she accepts. The group attacks Myers, at the F.E.A.S.T. center, where he is a volunteer.

Appearing in "Who Run the World?: Part Two"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #27.

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Synopsis for "Who Run the World?: Part Two"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #27.

The Sinister Syndicate attacks Boomerang to eliminate it; after securing Aunt May, Spidey intervenes to his rescue but the two are not used to fighting together, while Syndicate members yes, so they manage to kidnap Boomerang ... but the Beetle actually wants to deliver him to Kingpin in exchange for a lavish reward and don't kill him. Meanwhile, Peter finds out that Randy's new girlfriend is the Scarabeo.

Appearing in "Who Run the World?: Part Three"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #28.

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Synopsis for "Who Run the World?: Part Three"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 #28.

Randy is shocked to learn that Janice has kidnapped Fred, mostly in the place where he works, so Beetle leaves. Spider-Man manages to locate the Syndicate 's lair thanks to a Spider-Tracer, but Kingpin and his men arrive before him. Boomerang reveals to the rest of the Syndicate that Beetle has betrayed them and reveals information that makes Janice convince her accomplices to let him go. Eventually Spidey and the Syndicate make Fred escape Kingpin, and in the end Boomerang agrees to tell Spider-Man why Kingpin is upset with him.

Meanwhile Janice makes peace with Randy, by repairing the damage to the F.E.A.S.T. and having the permits obtained at the center so that it opens immediately.

Solicit Synopsis

After the events of HUNTED, Peter Parker's life hasn't been the same. When two major Spider-Villains start working together, it's bound to get worse. And who is the mystery villain who has been working behind the scenes since the fi rst issue of Nick Spencer's AMAZING SPIDER-MAN?! COLLECTING: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 24-28

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  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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